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    Quote Originally Posted by The Operator View Post
    1-2-3 double play!!

    I think that's my favorite version of the twin killing.
    That particular 1-2-3 *was* sweet. On any regular day my fav is the strike'em out throw'em out.
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    Re: World Series Discussion

    Not really WS-realted, but my cousin just posted this link on facebook and it's amazing:

    Warning!! NSFW X1000

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    No good for St. Louis:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    I remember going through the drive through, being told they didn't have them anymore, and driving off without ordering a thing.
    Are you old enough to remember Zantigo?

    They had the best chilito. Also had some great cinnamon nachos for dessert.

    Taoco bell gets rid of the chlito and then adds "cinnamon twists," which are dreadful in comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Are you old enough to remember Zantigo?

    They had the best chilito. Also had some great cinnamon nachos for dessert.

    Taoco bell gets rid of the chlito and then adds "cinnamon twists," which are dreadful in comparison.
    They have one thing going for them. They're open until 4am.

    Smarts? they don't have that particular advantage.
    Quote Originally Posted by BCubb2003 View Post
    Don't worry. I'd say the game threads are about league average.
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    It's fortunate he got to throw home because he always messes up when he has to throw anywhere else.
    I'm actually surprised David Ross caught that throw from Lester.
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    That baja mountain dew was going to put me in an early grave. Had to stop cold turkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    I'm actually surprised David Ross caught that throw from Lester.
    I remember being at The Reds-Phillies game where Ross hit into a triple play and Cole Hamels K'd about 56 batters.

    As much as this season sucked at times, we've come a looong way.
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    Great... we're going to be treated to lots and lots of Pearl Jam this WS.

    I enjoy PJ, but I think they've finally entered that group of bands that should perhaps give up recording new material and simply tour every now and then.
    Quote Originally Posted by BCubb2003 View Post
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    Re: World Series Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Are you old enough to remember Zantigo?

    They had the best chilito. Also had some great cinnamon nachos for dessert.

    Taoco bell gets rid of the chlito and then adds "cinnamon twists," which are dreadful in comparison.
    Zantigo was my favorite Mexican fast food place. Much better menu, a bit more authentic. You could get a red or green chilito.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Operator View Post
    Great... we're going to be treated to lots and lots of Pearl Jam this WS.

    I enjoy PJ, but I think they've finally entered that group of bands that should perhaps give up recording new material and simply tour every now and then.
    Happens to the best of them, but I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Operator View Post
    Great... we're going to be treated to lots and lots of Pearl Jam this WS.

    I enjoy PJ, but I think they've finally entered that group of bands that should perhaps give up recording new material and simply tour every now and then.
    They just haven't put a complete album together in years. On each of their most recent albums they manage to show a glimmer of what make them so great 15 years ago. But it's still better than 98 percent of what's out there today and I still love them.

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    Looks like Cards warm up by playing dodge-ball in the bullpen.

    What the heck was that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    Zantigo was my favorite Mexican fast food place. Much better menu, a bit more authentic. You could get a red or green chilito.
    If someone owned stock in the one on Beechmont avenue, I made them a mint.

    I hate getting older...i miss those days so much it hurts sometimes. Going there with my mom and dad...i always got two chilitos and those cinnamon dessert thingies.

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    Re: World Series Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Are you old enough to remember Zantigo?

    They had the best chilito. Also had some great cinnamon nachos for dessert.

    Taoco bell gets rid of the chlito and then adds "cinnamon twists," which are dreadful in comparison.
    Zantigos was great. We had one here in Indy in the mid 80's. I forgot about the cinnamon things. They rocked.
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